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Synonyms for refinance

take on a loan


  • take on a loan
  • borrow
  • remortgage

Words related to refinance

renew the financing of

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The Jacksons also refinanced the home equity loan they had taken out to renovate a third house they inherited from Jacqueline's father.
Because schedule E of form 5500, the annual information return, specifically asks whether any securities acquisition loans have been refinanced, a transaction is easily detectable.
Another frequently mentioned complaint is that consumers threaten to rescind the refinanced loan after closing--requiring the lender to refund all fees, including fees paid to third parties for appraisals and credit reports--unless the lender negotiates a lower rate.
FHFA said in November alone, nearly 130,000 homeowners refinanced their mortgages through HARP.
All of this can be accomplished by allowing the payment of certain taxes affecting the sale and purchase of a new home to be deferred until the home is resold or refinanced.
While rising interest rates have slowed the demand for mortgage financing, clients who purchased homes or refinanced existing mortages while interest rates were at their lowest levels in 25 years now must confront the tax consequences of their actions.
For points paid on a refinanced mortgage, remaining points paid that have not yet been deducted may be deducted when the refinancing is completed and the old loan paid off.
Most discussions of the decision to refinance a home mortgage have concentrated on the case in which the existing principal is refinanced but no new borrowing is undertaken.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) reported that nearly 99,000 homeowners refinanced in August through the HARP program.
In the latter case, Time Equities refinanced the loan with no reserve and without having to pledge the unsold shares as collateral for the mortgage - a loan that would have been unthinkable a few years ago.